What I Think: Multi-tasking–is it Good for our Psyche?

The case for focussing on one thing at a time 

I arrived home to the delightful aroma of dinner. My beloved met me at the door with a cheerful greeting and the welcoming words, “I’m making dinner tonight.” I knew the smile upon my face conveyed my gratitude to him. I relaxed in my cozy home and watched him move about the kitchen, at which point I reflected upon my dinner preparations the evening before.

It seems appropriate, or maybe just comforting to me, to preface my actions last night by blaming my XX chromosomes. Although I can’t say ALL women, I would like to think that the majority of women have been vying for the multi-tasking award of achievement for years, if not millenia.

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Vera Asanin
Vera Asanin
Vera Asanin is President and Editor-In-Chief of “Your Workplace.”
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